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10/4/2013 4:34 AM
 
Hello,
I noticed that website logo depends on current language. I have a site with 2 languages. If I access to Website Settings under english language I see the logo I choosed, if I access to website setings under italian language I see the default logo.

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10/4/2013 1:36 PM
 

you need to save for each language, while you are editing portal settings.

This is by design.


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10/4/2013 3:33 PM
 
as Sebastian says, it's language and portal specific (though for languages without an entry they will "fallback" to the portal default language). This is the case for a number of fields on the site settings screen such as portalname, description, footer text, backgroundfile etc. (you can see the full list in the PortalLocaliation table)

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10/4/2013 7:34 PM
 
I still agree that it would be preferable, having an option to identify any settings, which are language specific.

Cheers from Germany,
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